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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 1 June 1887

NUMBER 1. LOCAL MATTERS. IT AM 3 OF INTEREST PICKED J TO-DAY. The K'etjram Memorial Window at Soldiers' Home—Accused of PcrV jury— Police-Court Items, \ &c., *fec.j v — In th« hurry belonging to the issuance <\>f a new daily afternoon paper, Tiiii Troth finds it impossible to noticA specially its advertisers. To-morroiv we will regard thc-m with generous promising that our four 'thousand subscribers will do better t)y them. T'lOur Friends. If any of the friends and subscribers of The Evening Truth should not get their papers this evening, they will please not attribute it to any negligence on the part of the management, but to the difficulty of completing delivery facilities the first publication day. Any complaints macje to the ofJin? will be promptly rectified and avoided in future. The I'ogram Memorial Window—lnteresting Event at the Soldiers' Home. A large crowd attended the exercises incident to the dedication of the memorial window to Pegram's...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 1 June 1887

THE TRUTH. Published EVERY EVENING (except Sunday) by THE TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY. Offices: 1316-18 Franklin Street. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Daily, one year............................. 3 5O " six months......................... 1 75 " three months...................... 1 00 ☞Clty delivery by carriers at SIX CENTS per week. ☞For Advertising Rates apply at the office. Entered at the Richmond (Va.) postoffice as second-class matter. Wednesday Evening, June 1, 1887. SALUTATORY. In making our bow to the public we deem it proper to say a few words by way of introduction. For more than twelve months past there has been a growing demand in this city for an independent daily paper which, being unbiased by party influences, would give fair and impartial accounts of the events of the day. After several plans for supplying this demand had failed several gentlemen formed a company for this purpose, and putting their heads and money together, the result of their deliberations is the publication of ...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 1 June 1887

gOLD IN KECS AND BOTTLES i IB IT P. STUMPF & CO., SOLE JLO-ZEHsTTS, Corner Grace and Union Streets, IRIGHCIMIOIfcTID, V-A.. ; Special Attention Given to Private Family Orders. DET GOODS. JULIUS SYCLE. SAM'L SYCLE. JULIUS SYCLE & SON Will open about JUNE 15 AT NO. 213 EAST BROAD ST.. Between 2d and 3d, WITH A FULL LINE OF DRY AND FANCY GOODS. He 1-tf] COHEN BEOS., Dress Goods. SILKS MID LUCES A SPECIALTY. 4 th # BROAD ST. [je I—2f] IBON WORKS. GALVANIZED IRONWORKS. KEINSON & KENDLER. am\m IRDH WOEE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AND LICENSED MANUFACTURERS OF BICKELHOUPT'S PATEHT METALLIC SEUIGHT. WEST BROAD STREET, Opp. Freight Depot B. F. & P. R. R. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB WORK [je 1-tf 1 Eben D. Jordan, father of " Prince Karl " Mansfield, is a wealthy Boston dry goods dealer, and also, as is not generally known, the sole owner of the Boston Globe. RAILROADS. COAST LINE. RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Commencing SUNDAY, Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 1 June 1887

MONUNENTS AT GETTYSBURG, MISUNDERSTANDING IN REGARD TO PICKETT'S DIVISION STONE. A LETTER FROM COL. COWAN Explaining the Position Taken by the Battlefield Association — Plan of the Field. [ Valium Dispatch.] A great deal of discussion has been indulged in recently through the New York, Philadelphia and Richmond papers in regard to the refusal of the Gettysburg Battlefield Association to allow the monument proper of Pickett's division to be placed within the Union line of battle. The following letter received by William E. Webster of this city from Capt. Andrew Cowan, formerly chief of artillery of the Six corps, Army of the Potomac, and who commanded Cowan's battery at the time of its repulse of Pickett's famous charge, explains the position of the association in its action: Louisville, Ky., May 21,1887. Mr. Writ. E. Webster : Dear Comrade, —It is true that Pickett's division' will not erect a monument at Gettysburg this year. lam sorry, but it can't be helped. 1 learned ol the trou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 2 June 1887

NUMBER 2. . LOCAL MATTERS. ITEMS OF INTEREST PICKED TO-DAY. Icy Mr. Wiluam H. Sampson is authorized to receive subscriptions for The Evening Truth in Manchester. THE ELECTRIC LIME. The Committee on Streets to Consider the Proposition To-Night. The Committee on Streets will have a meeting to-night to consider the propriety of allowing the Union Passenger Railway Company to use the electric motor for their railway. Mr. S. D. Green, an expert electrician, appears before the committee to explain the working of the motor* The principle on which the cars will be run depends on the electrical transmission of power. Starting from the central station, where the dynamos will be placed, the current will be led by means of a wire placed overhead to the wires running along the line of the road. The electric motors for propelling the cars are mounted under the cars, where they couple direct on the axles. From the wire which runs along the road the current is carried to the motors by means of a sl...

Publication Title: Evening Truth
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 2 June 1887

THE TRUTH. Published EVEKY EVENING (except Sunday) by THE TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY. Offices: 1316-18 Franklin Subscription Kates: Dally, one year $3 BO " six mouths 178 " three months 1 00 dTClty delivery by carriers at SIX CENTS per week. lerFor Advertising Rates apply at the office. Entered at the Richmond (Va.) poßtofflce as scond-class matter. Thursday Evening, June 2, 1887. POLITICS—WORK. As ducks take to water, so Virginians take to politics. If the old Commonwealth had been marked for the destroying angel he could not have selected a better instrument of destruction than is found here. In the country store, on the street corner, in the mountains, and on the trains we hear nothing else but politics. It is true only one in a hundred knows what it is or what the name implies, but they talk it " all the same," and it does them good (!) If Virginians will only stop talking long enough to hear something drop, it will become apparent to them that the world is a great place for labor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 2 June 1887

PEOPLE'S COLUMN. [This column is thrown open to the public for brief correspondence. The management is in no wise responsible for what appears in ir.] The City Railway. Editor Truth .--Why did the Citv Railway pull up a block at the foot of Twenty-eighth street, and then fail to put it in condition again? The people in Fulton want the street-cars, and unless this company, which has had everything its own way for a long time, is going to comply with the law, it should give way for a live company. No subterfuge, Mr. Railway. Fulton. Stick to It. Editor Truth : —lf y< ur title, is an indicator of what you intend to be. I hail The Truth with a hurrah. I don't mean to say that some papers ean't tell the truth, but they are generally liyp*-rbolis tically inclined. We want a paper here that occasionally reverse* the telescope. Speak out boldly and truthfully, and you will always have the support of Editor Truth :—Will you please call the Board of Health's attention to the stench...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 2 June 1887

THE TRUTH.' Thursday Evening,' June 2, 1887. NEWS ITEMS. Don Carlos, travelling incog, has arrived in Lima. Earthquakes are trying to shake a little life into Mexico. Governor Davis, of Rhode Island, was inaugurated yesterday. The last fish story comes from the headquarters of Dan. Lamont. T The latest news from Rev. Dr. McGlynn is thathe is going to Rome. There was a slight earthquake shock at Jamestown, N. Y., yesterday. Governor Hill, of New York, has vetoed the Veddor liquor license bill. The forger Kissane has been found in the far West and will be returned to New York. Memphis, Tenn., has spoken out against coercion in a meeting of 5,000 persons. The Postm astepGeneral of Canada wants to establish a parcel-post system with the United States. Dr. John G. Dorrence, of New York, an inventor of a new tricyle, has been missing since Wednesday. Burglars stole $18,400 in money and silverware from the safe of Dr. De Groff, Hoboken, N. J., Saturday night. Archbishop Lynch announces his...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 3 June 1887

NUMBER 3. LOCAL MATTERS. ITEMS OF INTEREST PICKED TO-DAY. icy Mr. William H. Sampson Is authorized to receive subscriptions for The Evening Truth In Manchester. Daring Day Bobbery. The residence of Mrs. J. -J. Hopkins, near the corner of Jefferson and Cary streets, was entered by a thief or thieves this morning about 11 o'clock and robbed of a suit of clothes, pair of pants, and a lot of jewelry. The family had gone out, when the thief entered from the rear and went up stairs. The servants down stairs did not hear any one enter. When Mrs. Hopkins returned home she found things loosely scattered about the house. She immediately sent for an officer, who examined the premises, but could find no clue to the arrest of any one. A colored man was seen prowling arouud the house in the morning, and he is thought to have committed the crime. The Electric Motor. The Committee on Streets met last night and heard a thorough explanation ol the proposed electric motor to be used by the Union Passe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 3 June 1887

THE TRUTH. Published EVERY EVENING (except Sunday) by THE TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY. Offices: 1316-18 Franklin Stmt. Subscription Kates: Dally, one year $3 50 " six months 178 " three months 100 MTCIty delivery by carriers at SIX CENTB per week. JfirFor Advertising Rates apply at the office. Entered at the Richmond (Va.) postofllce as scond-class matter. Friday Evening, June 3, 1887. LABOR AND CAPITAL. It is too often the case that a labor trouble, in which possibly two or three employers and fifteen or twenty employees are interested, results in producing a bitter feeling between .the classes in the community in which the trouble arises. Instead of considering the merits of the claim made by the workingmen, whether it be just or unjust, and endeavoring to bring about an amicable settlement of the trouble, we find quite a number of the employing class arraying themselves on the side of the offending employer. Naturally, the workingmen come to the support of their distressed brethren,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 3 June 1887

PEOPLE'S COLUMN. [This column is thrown open to the public for brief correspondence. The management is in no wise responsible for what appears in if.] " A Factory " Answered. To the Editor of The Truth: In reply to the communication signed " A Factory," in The Evening Truth, I would state that tlie Board of Health, cognizant of the nuisance he complains of, have already made arrangements with the superintendent of the city water works to have the guiters on West Broad street, cast of Hai.cock, washed out once or twice a week by tlu tire plugs; and would be pleased for the writer to assist me in having the recommendation carried out that the Council will have a culvert run in the rear of the houses he r< fe'S 'o between Broad and Marshall from Munford to Hancock. T. E. Stratton. Chapter on Shirts. Editor Truth ;—While I am no politician, nevertheless my Mdvice is to stop waving any more shirts, whether bloody or Confederate, and go to work to manufacture cotton and woolen ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 3 June 1887

THE TRUTH. Friday Evening, June 3, 1887. The Ice Cream Season. [Detroit Free Press.] The ice cream season is now fairly under way, hence it is not too early for ice cream chestnuts to begin to put forth leaves, as it were. The softer sex is supposed to have an Inordinate partiality for ice cream.* Ther is a story told of a woman who in stating her case to a divorce lawyer said: "I never cared much for him. I married him because he kept an ice cream parlor, and he basely deceived me three months later by selling out and going into the hardware business." It is useless for the impecunious but susceptible young man to talk about how many people have been poisoned by ice cream. On the other hand the lady who is annoyed by too many admirers can thin them out by going for ice cream. It is more genteel to run a young man off by the ice cream slide than to hurt his feelings by asking him to stay away. In Boston one day last summer a girl fainted right in front of an ice cream saloon. She go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 4 June 1887

NUMBER 4. LOCAL MATTERS. ITEMS OF INTEREST PICKED TODAY, iCP Mb. William H. SampSon is authorized to receive subscriptions lor The Evening Truth in Manchester. R. E. Lee Camp. More than the usual number of " the boys" mustered last night at their handsome " Lee Camp Hall," on Broad street, partially owing, no doubt, to the interest manifested In the Intended trip to Boston on the 17th instant. From the report made by Chairman Brander and Secretary Core, of the Committee of Arrangements, abour one hundred and twenty-live persons will be the number which will take in this more than big " lay-out," including'ladies and contributing members. Judge Farrar ('• Johnny Reb ") will probably be selected to respond to the «peech of welcome on arrival at Boston. The committee is in receipt of the following toasts, for which they are requested to select respondents, at the banquet to be given the visitors on the evening of the 17th : 1. Our Guests. 2. Virginia. 3. Citizens of the Same Country; M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 4 June 1887

THE TRUTH. Published EVERY EVENING (except Sunday) by THE TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY. Offices: 1316-18 Franklin Street. Sdbsckiption Rates: Dally, one year $3 BO " six months 178 " three months. 100 WTCity delivery by carriers at SIX CENTS per week. JteTFor Advertising Rates apply at the office. Entered at the Richmond (Va.) poatofflce as se<y>n<l-class matter. Saturday Evening, June 4, 1887. RICHMOND'S PROGRESS. . Too much cannot be spoken and written about the progress and advancement of this city. Suppose our merchants hold a meeting and resolve to buy no matches and sell none but those made in this city. That would be a good idea, and one that is carried out by a number of communities as regards their local manufactures. Let us see what would be the result: In less than a twelve-month there would be four match manufactories in this city employing four times as many skilled .workmen as are now engaged in this business. We think our merchants see thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 4 June 1887

PEOPLE'S COLUMN. [This column is thrown open to the public for brief correspondence. The management is in no wise responsible for what appears in it.] A Factory, A (rain. Editor Truth .-—Perhaps 1 may have done Mr. Rosenegk, of the Bergner and Engel Brewing Company an injustice the other day in my little squib about the water running from his depot into the gutters. If so, I take it all back. By-the-by, I notice that his beer is no longer boycotted, and us fellows who are fond of the "foaming amber" have now three elegant brews to draw from—AnheuserBusch, & Engel. and Geo. Ehret'B. The agents here for these are all such nice fellows that I won't compliment either by name, and beside you newspaper men would think I was trying to advertise them and would leave my whole articleout. All.thesame, Sttnnpf, Benker, and Rosenegk are in town for a fact. A Factory. ri Alabama Romance. [birnitußhaiu (Ala.) Age.] It does not seem probible that a man would learn to love and finally m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 4 June 1887

THE TRUTH. (Saturday Evening, June 4, 1887. ALL SOItTS. The cheapest tiling in straw hats this season is the head of a dude. The book that makes the greatest stir in society is the well-filled pocket-book.— Home Journal. A Wisconsin Central railroad train stopped at a crossing the other day and waited for a long fuueral procession to pass. When a tramp is fortunate enough to get hold of the upper portion of a roasted fowl he generally makes a clean breast of it.—Siftings. 4 It is strange that the potters do not go into the base-ball business. They can make such good pitchers.—Pittsburg Chronicle. If you wish to win the unselfish devotion of the waiter you must show him a good deal of "quarter."—Boston Commercial Gazette. There is nothing lazy about the big Brooklyn bridge. It. has earned $3,000,000 in four years, and that without moving out of its tracks. The San Francisco Alta says a use is discovered for the thimble. It is worn while eating grapes to avoid staining the linger with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 6 June 1887

NUMBER 5. LOCAL MATTERS. ITEMS OP INTEREST PICKED TO-DAY. {CP Mb. William H. Sampson is authorized to receive subscriptions for The Evenino Truth in Manchester. The Veterans for Gettysburg. The delegation of Pickett's Division will carry about one hundred and fifty of the old survivors of this famous command to Gettysburg on July 3d next. They will be composed, with but few exceptions, of the men who were engaged in the historic charge. The secretary has sent out about two hundred circulars to the survivors, and he expects to hear from them within a few days. The following members have already signified their intention to go : Capt. E. P. Reeve, W. 11. Dean, Wm. J. Armstrong, C. T. Loelir-, D. A. Jarvis, Thos. S. Riddirk, James B. Angle, W. F. Pumphrey, E. W. Martin, W. N. Anderson, G7 Ellis Bedford, all of the First regiment; Col. J. Risque Hutler, Eleventh regiment; Capt. George B. Finch, Fourteenth regiment; Lieut. W. N. Wood, Nineteenth regiment; Capt. O. W. Barrow, Twenty-fourt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 6 June 1887

THE TRUTH. Published EVERY EVENING (except Sunday) by THE TRUTH . PUBLISHING COMPANY. Offices: 1316-18 Franklin N trout. SUBSCRIPTION RATKS: Sally, one year $3 60 " six months 118 " three months 100 MTClty delivery by carriers at SIX CENTS per week. Advertising Rates apply at the office. Entered at the Richmond (Va.) postofflce as second-class matter. Monday Evening, .Tune 6, 1887. FRANCE AND GERMANY. Cablegrams from Berlin yesterday indicate a feeling that peace with France is now assured. During the debate on the Army bill in the French Chamber of Deputies Saturday,. Count de Martimprey adversely criticised the measure. He said that the bill had been hastily framed and had been introduced at an unfavorable moment, as the Government was not sure of a period of calm ahead during which it could remodel the system it now wished to destroy. The local French press teems with notices of the arrest and imprisonment of Frenchmen in Alsace anil Lorraine by the German authorities for no part...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 6 June 1887

THE TRUTH. Monday Evening, Junk 6, 1887. AMUSEMENT NOTES. Janish is in Han Francisco. Carrie Turner will star next season. Rosina Vokcs plays in Brooklyn this week. Harrigan's company play this week in Pittsburg. Nilsson will sing at a state concert In England. Maude Banks has been starring in "Joan ol Arc." Lillian Nordica is to return to this country in July. Mr. and Mrs. Knight are acting in Oregon. So is Rhea. Sarah Bernhardt appeared in Denver the last two nights. Frances Bishop is to b- 1 married to John T. McKeever on June 12th. Mrs. Langtry pluvs in Denver to-day, and in Cheyenne, \Vy., Saturday. The National Opera Company will be in Indianapolis on Tuesday and Wednesday. On June 11th " Harbor Lights " will have run fiOO consecutive times at the London Adelphi. John A. Stevens and Emily Lytton bocame uiau and wife last week. It U a union of forty-thrre and nineteen. Willie Edouin has given up the Royalty Theatre, London, which is closed. Mrs. Edouin's health is still poor. l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening Truth — 6 June 1887

PEOPLE'S COLUMN. [This column is thrown open to the public for brief correspondence. The management is in no wlbc responsible for what appears In it.] The Real "A Factory." Editor Truth I cheerfully own up that 1 sometimes do tilings and only have a dim recollection of them afterwards; but that 1 should write a squib for a newspaper, have it published, anil then become perfectly oblivious to that fact, is pasting it on too thick. You can judge of my surprise, therefore, when 1 saw in Saturday's Truth a drivel over my nom de plume—" A Factory." 1 not only did not write that piece, but in my communication to your paper had no reference whatever to the brewing establishments of this city. I simply desired to call the übiquitous President of the Board of Health's attention to a nuisance which I see he was already aware of. Nov, if the writer of the paragraph referred to wanted to stand in witli the brewing agencies of this city so that he might get his cocoanut full of the " foaming eli...

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